If Ben Harper’s back-up band, Relentless 7, sound unfamiliar, then you’re on the same page with me.
Rock Plaza Central will come up in your iTunes under the category of folk, the new kind that’s become more prominent the past few years.
There are plenty of good-natured country vibes on Lynn’s latest, but the songstress is at her best when tackling darker issues.
Tool’s latest album, Liminal, is certainly the type of thick, melodically heavy body of work fans come to expect with each release.
The remixing of classic artists’ songs by new producers has been tried before, most notably and miserably with a remix collection of old Miles Davis songs.
Crucial Cuts is a collection from more than half a dozen solo albums.
The 52-second opening track of Idaho, Alaska’s Manipulate And Multiply — a grinding, lyric-less and feedback-driven arrangement — teases you into thinking that the Lexing
He’s prolific, no doubt, but the better of Sam McBean’s two musical endeavors is not this band, it’s the other: Black Mountain.
Invaders are much more than a fuzzed-out version of The Merediths, but that’s the starting point.
Like the end of “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” EMI’s Hayes Archive is a massive structure housing untold thousands of hours of recordings, some dating to the 19th century.